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National Football Foundation
433 Las Colinas Blvd. East, Ste. 1130
DescriptionStart Date: Early June (Summer); Early September (Fall); mid-January (Spring)
Application Deadline: April 1 (Summer); August 15 (Fall); January 15 (Spring)
Length: 9-10 week commitment
Time Commitment: Monday-Friday, 25-40 hours per week
Compensation: Daily stipend, covering lunch and travel; school credit available
An internship with The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) entails working directly with the Foundation’s marketing, public relations and communications teams at the organization’s national headquarters in Irving, Texas. Applicants should have a strong interest in communications, public relations, social media and/or marketing. Strong writing skills are desired, and candidates should have an interest in sports and college football history.
Some of the internship experiences might include working with the following programs:
• The College Football Hall of Fame elections
• The NFF Major Awards
• The NFF National Scholar-Athlete Awards
• NFF Public Relations
• NFF Interactive Media
• NFF National Events & Operations
• NFF Membership/Chapter Network
ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities include research projects, writing press releases and stories for the Foundation’s print and electronic publications, development, marketing, social media, database entry, and promotional projects. Interns will gain valuable experience in the communications and sports marketing fields with a strong emphasis on developing their communications, writing, organizational, and professional skills.
RequirementsPreferred Background: Undergraduate or graduate students majoring in communications, journalism, law, marketing, sports management, or related field. Juniors and seniors are preferred, but qualifying sophomores may be considered.
Applicants should have a strong interest in communications, public relations, social media and/or marketing. Strong writing skills are desired, and candidates should have an interest in sports and college football history.